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by: Chris

They were taken with my iPhone 6! :)

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Great photo of the mark!
by: Anonymous

Hi Chris

thanks heaps for the photo of the mark. what camera are you using if you don't mind me asking? That's a great shot! thanx Kieran

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Here's some photo's of my SPRING stamped ring
by: Chris

Here is my SPRING stamped ring.
I bought it on auction from a jeweler in San Francisco.
It's a circa 1930 tiffany-set platinum ring with verneuil ruby and 2 clear sapphires.
I had it cleaned recently and found that it's a 10K White Gold band that is Rhodium (platinum) plated.
The inside is stamped with "SPRING" and "10K"
Any information would be very much appreciated.
Here's some photos:

http://imgur.com/a/GHSGT

If you'd like to email me at all - my email address is kranog at hotmail dot com

Thanks a million

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Ditto to the SPRING hallmark mystery!
by: Anonymous

This is the ONLY page/website on the internet I have found with any mention of this mystery hallmark. I have a ring also, gold with large dark green synthetic stone ... isn't it weird that we all seem to have a 'real gold' ring but a synthetic stone ... and no traceable history to this strange hallmark!

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Spring ring
by: Wendy

I have an Alexandrite. I was told it was from the 1940's and it's marked Spring as well. Love it! I was just researching Spring as well when I found this blog. Let me know if you find anything. Thanks!

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Spring
by: Anonymous

It can't be that unusual. I also have a ruby and diamond ring engraved with the word "spring".

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SPRING shut up and a fountain sealed!
by: Yvonne

Hi

OK. '"SPRING" you say...

A challenge. I thought it might have been a trade-name. If you would like us research further, photos will be required. Three images, one of the mark itself, another of the mark and the surrounding area and one of the ring in its entirety.


Best Wishes,

Yvonne





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